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SENIOR CLASS SUNG 
NOW we as seniors, leave our dear old Townsville High 
And at our parting bid a fond . "Goodbye. " 
We have met each hardship with a friendly, cheery smile 
'fie have trudged the pathway, to the last-long mile. 
Chorus: 

Townsville, dear old High school 
Mem'ries fond will linger still. 
Classmates, dear old classmates 
Your love our hearts will fill. 

Long have we cherished, lessons learned at your fair side, 
Firmly held your standards, in life's rushing tide- 
Glory to our High school- Honor fair become your name, 
Faith in all your students, "service to all "-Your aim. 



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BYKA ADAMS KAnCrOfQ JERALD LKHDOCK 

Class Flower Dogwood 

Class colors Green and White 

Motto: "What we see depends mainly on 
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Senior Class Superlatives 

Most versatile Edna Morgan 

Best personality Jessie Shearin 

Most talkative Jean Conley 

Wittiest pats y Whitehouse 

Most likely to succeed c.T.Keeton 

Best all-round Edna Morgan 

Most ambitious Jean Conley 

Most athletic • Patsy whitehouse 

Most bashful C.T.Keeton 

Best dressed Jessie shearin 

„ . . . . Jean conley 

Prettiest 

Most handsome C.T.Keeton 

Most studious Edna Morgan 

Laziest Pat ^ Whitehouse 

Most original Jessie shearin 

Biggest Flirt Jean Conley 



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One evening as I was walking slowly along a country road, kicking up the dust 

as I went, my eyes fell upon a little bottle that bad been carelessly cast aside. | 

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bits under a microscope. to my amazement I could plainly see these words, "The 

Class Prophesy of the senior class of 1949 at T.H.S." Quickly I scanned the rest, 

my heart almost bursting with excitement, so this was our future;from whence had | 

it come? 

Immediately I sought out "Father Time", and asked if he knew its sources. His 
reply was «My child, you and your classmates have written your own future. I have 
only recorded it for you". "But why. was it lying by the wayside?" I asked. "That 
I do not know," he replied, "but I must scold my workers for so carelessly han- 
dling such valuable records." Then without further delay, I began to read. 

Patsy Ann wbitehouse fulfilled the dearest wish of her high school days . she 
became a nurse and now holds the position as superintendent of nurses in the new 
Henderson Hospital. 

Jessie shearin joined the Navy and after sailing the»sevea„seas" for several 
years, returned and is now operating a big hotel at Miami Beach. 

Edna Morgan, not contented with her b-A. degree from woman's college , contin- 
ued her studies at Columbia University, receiving her Master's degree in chemistry 
She and her doctor husband, are now working with a group of scientists who hope 
soon to find the cause and cure for polio. 

Charles Thaxton Keeton attended the University of North Carolina for four 
years, specializing in business administration, then he was sent to south America 
to manage a big manufacturing plant. He is married to his stenographer who is 
none other than Jo Ann conley. 

To my surprise, my future was just as the prophecy foretold. I, too, became 
a nurse, while on duty with a very wealthy old lady, I fell in love with her son, 
and he persuaded me to give up my career as a nurse. I am now living on a large 
estate, surrounded by luxury. My fondness for walking along country lanes led to 
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President. . Virginia Eggleston 

Vice President Fred coghill Jr. 

secreta ry and Treasurer Margaret L.Matthews 

CLASS ROLL 



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Virginia Eggleston 
Etta Guerrant 
Martha Hines 
Francis Keeton 
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President Herman Reese 

Vice President Betty Lou conley 

Secretary Mary Alice Norwood 

Treasurer Tommy Edwards 

CLASS ROLL 
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Joan Bucha nan Dan Moss Robert Ross Richardson 

Betty Lou conley Ben Norwood Barbara Tingen 

Joan conley Jean Norwood Carolyn Tingen 

Tommy Edwards Mary Alice Norwood Barbara Jean Williamson 
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ROBERT EDWARDS 
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CLARENCE HALL JR. 
JUDY PEARL HARRIS 
AL HOUSTON KESTON 
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kenneth 0' geary 
betty lou pack 
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clarence johnny pitian 
jakes reavis 
becky jo reese 
joan 3 ell richardson 
john lewis riggan 
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MELVIN EARL TINGEN 
SUE CARROL TWISDALE 
CLIFTON WALKER 
LINDA GAIL WALKER 
DONALD WILLIAMS 
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ELIZABETH WILLIAiiSON 
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BARBARA HATKOBI 
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MARY HELEN EGGL25T0N 
LARRY GRANT 



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ROBBINS KESTON 
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MARIE NORWOOD 
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JANICE HANVSY 



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MARIE SOOIXSfOH 
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COLUMBUS BOCKAHAN 
FRANCIS BOLLOCK 

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Editor-in chief Jean conley 

Assistant Editor Frances Elliott 

Publicity Director Tom Morgan 

Production Manager Edna Morgan 

Business Manager Bruce Guerrant 

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DAV-SON cork back and changeable letter bulletin boards are constructed 
with light walnut finish frames. The cork posting surface consists of 74 inch 
cork mounted on ] A inch 3-ply veneer. The changeable letter insert is of 
grooved wood felt covered. These bulletins are made to endure as only the 
finest of materials are used in their construction. 

Bulletin board with two set ^°*^SE IN Bulletin board v#th two set 

SCHOOLS in glass doors. One side cork 
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30"x 48" $30.00 

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